Don’t Let Your Millennial Talent Burnout in the Busy Season

Many employees struggle with burnout during the holidays. The increase in family obligations combined with year-end activities at work can leave many feeling pulled in too many directions. This can be especially true of millennials who are new to the workforce. It is common for millennials to have additional tasks beyond work and family. They… Read more »

Hiring Redefined Part 3 | The Fit Factor

Part three of the three-part series on redefining how you hire new employees brings attention to the fit factor. While many organizations put significant focus on finding candidates with the right skills, there is more involved in an employee’s success in a position. Finding someone who fits into the business’ culture is also important, along… Read more »

It’s a New Workday!

Enterprise resource planning, or ERP, software has been around for a long time. Even while traditional ERP vendors like Oracle and SAP seem to have stagnated, there are still improvements to be had. And that is where Workday comes in. Workday offers ERP software using one of the more modern formats, software as a service… Read more »

Hiring Redefined Part 2 | Hiring for Outcomes and Potential

Part two of the three-part series on redefining how you hire new employees introduces the idea of hiring for outcomes and potential. Most hiring managers focus on the skills and experience a candidate has to offer. But there is more to the equation when it comes to determining a candidate’s success. By identifying your ideal… Read more »

Can Your Workplace Bridge the IT Generation Gap?

As Millennials become the dominant generation in the workforce, many businesses find themselves dealing with a generation gap within teams and across the organization. With many Baby Boomers delaying retirement and Gen X-ers fully entrenched in their careers, seeing Millennials move up through the ranks can be a sign of shifts for which they are… Read more »

Hiring Redefined Part 1: Needs VS. Wants

Hiring is an involved process. There are numerous considerations for finding the ideal candidate. To find the best applicant, you need to redefine what it takes to locate the perfect match. Part one of this three-part series aims to help you separate your hiring needs from your hiring wants. If you are ready to redefine… Read more »

Systems Analysts Are Under Attack

Systems analysts have a unique set of skills and experience, making them critical to the creation of new business systems, as well as maintaining or adjusting those that are already in place.  Serving a diverse client or customer base, systems analysts can face challenges unlike those in other areas of business. As a systems analyst,… Read more »

Building the Bridge Between the Business and Technology Teams

At times, it can seem that your tech team is speaking a different language from the rest of your employees. In order to create an environment more conducive to collaborative problem solving, follow these tips to get everyone on the same page. Don’t Assume Everyone Knows What You Are Talking About When your tech team… Read more »

How to Give Your Accounting Descriptions Life

If you’ve struggled to find the accounting talent that you require, the problem could be the job descriptions you’re writing and posting. The undeniable truth is that most job descriptions are vague, boring and overly complicated. Start giving your accounting descriptions life by following these tips: Proofread Carefully – Job descriptions with typos or awkward… Read more »

3 Ways to Know a Direct Hire Is In It for the Long Haul

Determining whether a job seeker intends to stay with your company for a matter of years or jump ship after six months is essential. Recruiting is a long, expensive, difficult, and often unsuccessful process. If you fill a position only to have it vacated shortly, it’s a major blow to your efforts and the company… Read more »